- How to Vanquish the Stage Fright Saboteur in Your Psyche!
- Do You Want to Live Longer, Appear More Competent and Feel Everyday as if Someone Handed You $25,000?
- The one question you need to ask to make sure your message is on track!
- Dealing with the Pressure to Perform
- Three Ways to Get Up Close and Personal in Your Presentations
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Category Archives: Presentation/Platform Skills
Do You Want to Live Longer, Appear More Competent and Feel Everyday as if Someone Handed You $25,000?
Ron Gutman wrote the book on smiling, and why we all ought to be doing it more often! The organizer of TEDxSilicon Valley and author of Smile: The Astonishing Powers of a Simple Act, shares incontrovertible evidence that smiling impacts … Continue reading
One of the first things I ask my clients when we’re beginning the coaching or training process is this: What do you want for your audience? Seems like a simple enough question, but it’s deeper than you think. I’m not … Continue reading
I attended a workshop recently on luxury branding presented by Linda P. Jones that asked me to consider my highest perceived value in reference to my business of speaking, story performance and presentation skills coaching. The purpose of this exercise … Continue reading
I know we’ve all said things we question later. For me, I usually think, “I can’t believe I said that!” Even if we don’t catch it in the moment, we are aware. What about those things we aren’t aware of? … Continue reading
Lately, neuroscientists have been exploring the connection between emotion and action. What they are discovering, in a nutshell, is that the parts of our brains that regulate emotions are the ones that inspire us to act. As much as we … Continue reading